Working in an agency development requires a considerable amount of flexibility when juggling clients and projects. Given the nature of software development projects, more often than not, we’re hopping onto an existing project rather than starting a project from scratch.
You’re building an app, and you have a million ideas. It’s exciting, challenging, and even a little scary, especially if you have never done it before. So how can you rein in your swirling thoughts and emotions as you take
Meetings are an important part of projects that help keep things moving in the right direction — teams seek alignment, ideas are brought to the table, and decisions are made. But what happens after those meetings? Who follows up on the
Your internal needs change over time, and you have to plot the best course forward to build or improve your software solutions. So you begin to think, Should I hire software developers? Would outsourcing be better? First, think about three things:
You need to launch a digital product next year. It might be a web app, mobile app, or piece of software. Of course, you will have to pitch a budget to your stakeholders, or maybe someone already designated the budget.
How do you take your brilliant ideas from thought to product? Research, planning, and—most importantly—running the idea up the flagpole to your boss. The process can be long and intimidating, but once you earn your team’s support, an expert partner can
Most people think that software development goes something like this: Have a software idea + build software = success. Although that’s part of the equation, overall software development is more nuanced. Learn the common misconceptions about software development so you